With Halloween only a day away now, the week’s news cycle has been heavily focused on preparing for the holiday. That didn’t stop the working world, though, which means we all have some catching up to do. So, sit back and enjoy this extra special Halloween edition of the Spry Hive.
After running the largest 30-day crowdfunding campaign ever, printing your dreams into reality just became an in-house job with the newest 3D Laser Printer, Glowforge.
InFocus is setting out to redefine the meaning of “pocket pc” with their new Windows 10-based PC, Kangaroo.
Already feel like emoticons and emojis are grossly overused? Well, now they’ve made their way into the courtroom.
Deep learning algorithms have been taking over the internet recently, and now you can turn any photo into a classical work of art. Someone has already reimagined previous presidents in the style of Picasso.
People have been designing replica Batmobiles since the comic series first surfaced. That said, how many of you have ever seen a Batmobile go-kart?
Github is central to the workflow of millions of developers, and has made a huge impact on open source development over the years. Did you know, though, that the companies hardest worker isn’t even a person?
Creating a beautiful, user-friendly form has never been easy. Check out Typeform today.
Looking for a way to test and build upon your coding skills? Then give thanks for Codevember, a 30 day challenge of 30 creative experiments.
If you frequently use jQuery, then you have to take a look at these tips that everyone should know.
No matter what you want to call it, Earth’s geography continues to change around us at an alarming rate. Recently the New York Times released an amazingly beautiful piece on Greenland melting away.
Thanksgiving isn’t the only day people look forward to in November now that the Friday after has become the biggest day for sales out of the year. Don’t make any plans to stop by REI though, as they encourage everyone to go outside instead.
St. Louis, and everyone West of the Mississippi, celebrated the 50 year anniversary of the iconic Gateway Arch this past Wednesday.
We have all seen some fascinating carvings as we get closer to the holiday, but have you ever used a pumpkin to play tetris?
Proving that there is indeed life after death has never been easy, but “paranormal investigators” are making the most out of modern technologies and techniques to help bolster their case.
And just like that, we are one step closer to the holiday weekend and the beginning of November. Have fun out there, stay safe, and don’t forget to stop by next week for another dose of the Spry Hive.